About your Search

20130101
20130131
STATION
CNNW 5
COM 5
KNTV (NBC) 5
CNN 4
FBC 4
KTVU (FOX) 4
CSPAN2 3
MSNBCW 3
WJZ (CBS) 3
WRC (NBC) 3
KCSM (PBS) 2
KPIX (CBS) 2
KRCB (PBS) 2
WBAL (NBC) 2
( more )
LANGUAGE
English 66
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 66 (some duplicates have been removed)
attacker. off a stick, and wide. and gotten by couturier. four defenders and fleury for the penguins. six attackers for the flyers. trying to tie it up. fleury, letang played it on. bouncer went away from meszaros. able to takex#Ñ it, giroux, awa from adams. back and recovered. helter skelter here! 40 to go on the power play. 1:05 left in the game. block bid the pens. sent by giroux. forced away by orpik. a stoppage of play. a penalty call. >> pierre: this is the rule i was talking about, letang -- i'm sorry. they're not calling letang. simmonds furious coming off the ice. they're calling skr ining girou trip. there's letang, playing the puck with his hand, but he never closes. that trip there catches the referee's eyes. wow. i'm not sure the flyers faithful will like that one at all. >> doc: bryzgalov is back in the cage. it's a goalie and four apiece. 1:02 to go. and a time-out has been called. 35 seconds of four each. >> pierre: a one-goal lead in philadelphia. on the power play, chaud injula giroux, off the post. giroux sees the stick of simmonds. and there's later on, how he's drivi
. four defenders and fleury for the penguins. six attackers for the flyers. trying to tie it up. fleury, letang played it on. bouncer went away from meszaros. able to takex#Ñ it, giroux, awa from adams. back and recovered. helter skelter here! 40 to go on the power play. 1:05 left in the game. block bid the pens. sent by giroux. forced away by orpik. a stoppage of play. a penalty call. >> pierre: this is the rule i was talking about, letang -- i'm sorry. they're not calling letang. simmonds furious coming off the ice. they're calling skr ining girou trip. there's letang, playing the puck with his hand, but he never closes. that trip there catches the referee's eyes. wow. i'm not sure the flyers faithful will like that one at all. >> doc: bryzgalov is back in the cage. it's a goalie and four apiece. 1:02 to go. and a time-out has been called. 35 seconds of four each. >> pierre: a one-goal lead in philadelphia. on the power play, chaud injula giroux, off the post. giroux sees the stick of simmonds. and there's later on, how he's driving fleury nuts. simmonds. all over the crease area. by
, looking from a penguins eye view. they have film what penguins see in their every day life by attaching video cameras to their backs. researchers from the national institute of polar research in tokyo used micro mini video camer cameras. they are about two centimeters in diameter. scientists attached them to 14 penguins from 2010 to 2011. you can see them swimming beneath icebergs. they swim after prey and capture them quickly. the footage confirms that a daily penguin feeds on fish and krill. they have praised the results. >> when you get these video images it's no lger stor it's real. in some cases we go we were right. our story was right. japan has become a major player in the international arena of biologging. >> the japanese team warn that penguin habitat may shrink further if global warming speeds up the melting of icebergs. that's all for this edition of "newsline." i'm catherine kobayashi in tokyo.
. >> the incredible video is captured from the back of an arctic penguin. >>> and what does it take to go to the super bowl? who can afford to cheer on the niners in person. scientists at the national institute ched a >>> ever wonder what it's like to be a penguin? now we know. take a look. scientists at the national institutes of polar research attached a tiny camera to the back of the penguin a few years ago and set him loose. the pictures are giving researchers into a day in the life of the marine bird, even capturing the moment the penguin caught a fish. cool to watch. i like it. >> that looks like fun actually. >> actually beautiful scenery, right? >> they put the go pro cameras on everything. they are so small. >> let's put one on you. >> that would be entertaining. >>> we have big changes coming in our direction, should be some hazy sunshine with a few more clouds moving under the skies. here comes the rain. by tomorrow we're talking about the possibility of light showers spreading across the bay area. you can see the clouds gathering along
with death. >>> we are seeing this colony of emperor penguins in antarctica. we will talk to the man who helped make this discovery. >>> millions of folks from north dakota to maine are enduring a third straight day of brutal temperatures. we are talking about wind chill temperatures to 85 degrees below 0 in mt. washington, new hampshire. it makes negative 22 look balmy in long lake. this is where susan candiotti is. >> reporter: talk about a double whammy. new yorkers who made minimum home repairs after superstorm sandy may not have enough heat. >> we are freezing here. >> reporter: one reason warming centers are springing up in cold weather cities giving the most vulnerable young and old some relief. >> i haven't had hot water and heat for three days. yesterday a little bit of heat came on. the only heat we got was in the bathroom. >> reporter: in syracuse a heavy down fall lowering visibility giving snow blowers a workout making it tough for postal carriers to get from house to house. >> hopefully the drive way will be plowed. >> reporter: in iowa city, iowa 1 degree below zero. extra
.e.a.l.s involved in the mission to kill osama bin laden is that the books publisher, penguin press, they announced that with weeks to spare and i felt they did a brilliant job of marketing that book. of course it didn't help depending on who you asked that mark owens real name was dutifully revealed by the media which then caused its own firestorm but the upshot is many of these books even with commensurate media attention, it doesn't translate into sales. no easy day did phenomenally well and the other thing that is worth pointing out too is anything to do with the killing of osama bin laden back in the news again with the upcoming movie hero dark 30 directed by bigelow and written by him mark bowles, the oscar-winning movie the hurt locker and it's interesting to see the cia has been cooperating and also whether the account of the movie conflicts with the account of mark owens book which conflicts with the account of mark bodin's looks at taking all these things together and trying to piece together a comprehensive account of what has happened is almost like rashomon. >> guest: according to our
on the ground. a japanese zoo set the stage for a favorite seasonal attraction a penguin walk. one little penguin even got up and close and very personal with enthusiastic fans. look at him. he's friendly. >>> in belgium, one typical farm cow is shaping up to be quite the stallion. an 11-year-old girl has managed to teach her cow to leap like a horse. oh, wow. the girl was inspired by seeing a similar trick on youtube. and decided to give it a try. the stunt took a year to learn. now, she can leap over a 2 1/2 foot bar with the same grace as a horse. that is inspiring. >> when is the disney movie? >> if you can teach a cow like a horse, that's like a life's lesson. am i being too sentimental? >> there's wilbur and charlotte's web. there's a movie about the pig that rounded up the sheep. there's a precedence for this. >>> time for an early look at some of the stories we'll follow throughout the day on nbc. former arizona congresswoman gabrielle giffords visited newtown, connecticut. giffords who was shot and wounded at an event two years ago will have a private meeting with students and te
and applause] i'm stephen colbert, and folks, i get super angry over gay penguins. [ laughter ] or super gay over angry penguins. i don't know. okay. we'll see how the year shakes out. okay. now, folks, before i went on break, all the news was about a looming economic cataclysm known as the fiscal cliff. i didn't watch any news over the break but i assume we did not plunge over this cliff because i have not spent the last week fighting seagulls for discarded hot dog buns. as a member of the top 1% i would rather have had my eyes pecked out by an albatross than suffer the deal accepted by republicans from owe balm yanch president obama increased taxes on the rich. >> taxes go up for singles making over $400,000 or more. it goes from 35% to 39.6%. >> 39.6%, mr. president? how is kim-ye supposed to afford a baby now? nation, nation, listen -- i don't want to brag -- but i make in excess of 400 large a year and by large i mean biggie fry, biggie coke. okay? i'm successful. if the government punishes me for it with the tax increase maybe i won't want to be anymore. >> it lowers the incentive of t
it was 10 days or week ago penguin and random house have merged making probably the largest trade publishing conglomerate in the world. although i thought i was inviting people from two corners of the world, they have become one corner of the world even as we have gathered together here. we also are very fortunate to have karen lotz of candlewick and walker, company that consistently has been one of those innovative children's pug -- publishers around and niko pfund who represents the very revered scholarly publisher oxford university press. before introducing each of them separately, i want to say a few words about publishing in general and a few cameos of the notable events of the past year just to set the stage. let me start with the events of the past year. first, after 244 years, the encyclopaedia britannica announced in january of this year that it's stopping presses, seizing its print publication and going 100% digital. the britannica's last print version is a 30 2-volume, 130-pound 2010 edition of one cameo. another highlight from the year, number two, in june library announced that
. >> for sure. >> we've within warned! thanks, gwen. >>> penguins on parade in pittsburgh. kids of all ages got a show from the swimming birds as they waddled past the crowds. they will do this at the zoo every weekend morning now through february, which is prime penguin weather in western pennsylvania. >> this is enrichment for them. coming outside, they get excited about it. it's really neat to see when we have snow falling, they will snap at the snowflakes. it's fun to watch. >> and pittsburgh has a particular affection for penguins, their hockey team mascot. >>> in honor of dr. martin luther king, jr., students from watkins elementary school in the district recited his "i have a dream" speech on friday. steve jones was there. >> 100 years later, the negroes still are not free. >> you get the land, about all the people, who made your life better. >> -- and some of you have come from areas where quest, quest for freedom left you battered by the storms of persecution and staggered by the winds of police brutality. >> lots of them came from areas where they wanted to be free, but the people got
love this story, meet a penguin and they recreated -- they created a website. he lost all of his feathers due to malting. they created a supreme wet suit so he could play outside with the other penguins. >>> one is fruit veil, which takes a look at the shooting. the other is steve jobs starting ashton kuchar. and palo alto native jeremy lynn. also kink, a story about a san francisco based pornography company. quite the gamut of films. >> quite the guam mut, i have -- gamut, i have a little bit of film watching to do. >>> i would give the commute a "b" plus, bay bridge is out early but san jose looks good getting up to 17 and we are off to a good start in santa clara valley and 101 as well. sunole grade looks good and we have had a couple of rough days and keep your fingers crossed, bart is now back on time after some earlier issues. let's go to steve. >>> it is still a damp cold a little bit of patchy fog but it's much warmer in the city and in fact i saw some 47- degree readings along the embarcadero which is very mild. highs today mid-50s to a few low 60s, pam. >>> coming up ne
in japan are celebrating 2013 wr the first penguin walk. it is one of the most popular attractions. people took photos as they walked for the first time since the zoo reopened. one visitor said he health happy seeing the pen penguins walk into the new year. coming up at 6:00, major developments in the justin wolfe case why he won't be released as scheduled. >> i'm greta kreuz on capitol hill. the new congress sworn in will 13 be the lucky number? >> how federal officials were able to bust hundreds of child predators. abc 7 news at 6:00 starts right now. >> live and in h.d. this is 7 on your side. >> good evening. we have a new year and a new congress but will members face the aim problem sns >> the 113th congress was sworn in today. >> but they have big fiscal deadlines to deal with as they jump in. greta kreuz is live with more. >> you mentioned the new faces and the new diversity for the first time in history white males are a minority in the house and this is as john boehner was re-elected house speaker dez bite votes who voted against him or d
last guy. i think he wants out. here comes the penguin. >> oh, hi, honey. >> are we allowed to touch them? >> they have really sharp beaks. >> be careful, guys. >> they're great at catching fish. >> are they afraid of people? >> oh, no. >> he will peck you. >> this penguin is from africa, and you don't think of penguins from africa. >> from south africa. they live on the land where it's hot, and they jump into the cold water. yep. they're in that southern sea there. >> how do they compare to their relatives in antarctica. >> different species. different sizes. we were filming these guys in the gallapagos, and they're torpedos in the water. they just zoom around. >> they use their wings as fins. >> like they fly in the water. . thank you for coming. if we want to catch your show we can check our local listings. coming up we'llrrel jeff: baseball great, pete rose. does it ever get old hearing "legend," and -- >> i prefer living legend. jeff: tipping his hat and his legendary fall. >> i needed something extra, i wasn't playing. jeff: hitting a home run. >> don't try to keep up with an 1
in antarctica, and it's a busy time for animals, from penguins to scientists. experts at australia's four observation bases are hard at work, documenting climate change. th are ao seeing its effects firsthand. planes use ice runways to bring in researchers and goods. but those runways haven't been as reliable in recent years. when temperatures rise above minus 5 degrees celsius the surface begins to melt. that makes landing and taking off risky. 80% of flights planned in 2011 had to be canceled. >> the season when we can use it -- or to turn it around, the part of the sean when we can't use the runway will get longer and longer. so it's natural that we would be looking and we will be looking at other alternatives for moving people in and out of antarctica. >> reporter: australia's antarctic division in tasmania oversees south pole operations. we went to the southeastern island to talk via satellite link with a base leader. >> can you tell us the general information of your base? >> casey station is the largest of australia's research bases in antarctica, and during summer we can have 100
for animals from penguins to scientists. experts at australia's four observation bases are hard at work documents climate change. they are also seeing its effects first hand. planes use ice runways to bring in researchers and goods, but those runways haven't been as reliable in recent years. when temperatures rise above minus 5 degrees celsius, the surface begins to melt. that makes landing and taking off risky. 80% of flights planned in 2011 had to be canceled. >> the season when we can use it, part of the season when we can't use the runway will get longer and longer. it's natural we would be looking and we will be looking at other alternatives for moving people in and out of antarctica. >> reporter: australia's antarctic division in tasmania oversees operations. we talked via satellite link with a base leader. >> can you tell us the general information of your base? >> casey station is the largest of australia's research bases in antarctica. during the summer, we can have more than 100 people here. most of the science is done in the summer. that's when the animals are here. there's m
and toinfrastructure. >>> more than 600 people took a dip in the atlantic ocean for the ocean city penguin swim raising more than 80,000 dollars for the atlantic general hospital. water temperatures were in the low 40s so they didn't hang around because 40 degree temperatures in the water that's deadly. >> that is. yeah. that will get cold. and the polar bear plunge at sandy point polar bear plunge. >> would you tell lynette we signed her up for the polar bear plunge. >> we should do it. >> you guys have jokes this morning. i like that. it's very cold out there. you need to bundle up as you step out. look at temperatures around the nation. we are talking about teens. so we are on a stepladder and the colder air is going to be moving in. i will call it the polar invasion. look at chicago, 12 degrees. we are looking at 17 in minneapolis this morning and we are going to get in on some of that chilly air as we go through time here. we are cold this morning with temperatures coming in at 30 degrees in catonsville. 24 in manchester. darlington at 27. and the temperatures below freezing at freezing in annapol
and acquisitions, buying the social gaming upstart, and club penguin, and they hope to reap returns on investments, liz. liz: my kids loved the club and made igloos, but that's all it does. this, you have to buy the toys; right? >> and club penguin, disney bought that frd outside. this credited inside disney taking huge effort on divisions and turf battles, and disney is the ultimate control freak. they don't give up control of the characters like they have here, to let you, the game player, to do what you want with them. liz: we'll ask. we'll talk to the guy in charge, john, disney interactive co-president, see if he thinks this takes disney to infinity and beyond. it's about wrestling dollars out of tiny little kids' fists. that's what my kid does. it's $14, i need it, this big. thank you. closing bell ringing in 17 minutes. small caps making a big impact in the market right now. the next guest, he picks through thousands of them. look for sound fundamental les, low debt when trolling the universe for real opportunity. what he loves is shoe carnival because of its strong footprint. find out what
's penguin. >> yeah.. c-span: which is a big publishers. >> guest: yeah. they loved it. they were excited about it. and the publishers that penguin how should i put this without getting in some sort of legal trouble? essentially for this book, you needed a publisher going 110% behind you. i write about the most powerful people in the country. and i write about them unflattering light sometimes. if you are going to do that you need to have the support of. i didn't have that at the previous publishers. c-span: who was the first? >> guest: little brown. it was disappointing to see, you know, the sort of i don't know what they call it. gutlessness from them. but it worked out. i mean, it worked out better for me in the end. like i said david rosin that is the guy you want editing the book. diswhran what makes him so special? >> he worked with everybody. some of my idols, he worked with great people. his fingers prints on the major american non-fiction works in the past thirty years. he surprises me and sitting in the office and tell me i edited this guy and that guy and it happens to my favor
downtown arena. he is the bay area investor and founder of fitness. he owns the pittsburgh penguins and helped them get a championship and arena there. >>> they faced a large construction zone and people could see and hear the big changes on the south side of campus. workers moved over the holidays breaking ground for the redevelopment plan. the project initiated by the students will make way for a new hall in october. >> it will start in mid-march and we will be adding new space here and we will be doing renovations to lower sprawl plaza. >> tenants will be relocated when the project is completed in 2015. >>> well it appears it will live on and couples were leaving padlocks on the main street bridge in los gatos. caltrans put a display warning it would be removed and they would remove the locks on february 1st and now they are stepping in to keep the locks and law of live and will offer a separate area to profess their love. they will discuss that option and some other ideas. >>> back over to sal, here is a look at san jose, sal? >>> one of the points in the south bay commute is no
with that. you can answer it anyway in your silly penguin outfit. >> if we are getting rid of genders can we get rid of the wnba this i am for that. >> we can't have the single genders. >> here is the thing though, it means less categories and that is a problem for stroking the egos of hollywood because everybody wants to win. >> they are always slapping each other and saying good job. the tiers time a -- the woman beats a man out. >> what happens when hillary swanke plays boy again and is not given anything for it. >> last time i didn't have a chance. >> what about the set? can you key -- keannu reeves with a straight face? >> we are really close. >> like i said, my prernl trainer is very personal. we will close things up with a wrap up. fox news.com/red eye. there is my -- there is me in a collar.
, huh? we've seen critters wearing sweaters, from penguins to dogs, pigs, even turtles on the blog called animals in sweaters. what the [ bleep ] is that? >> that's a sweater fit for
changes ahead in collecting garbage on the peninsula. >>> also, a penguin suit made out of cream. how a santa cruz company helped protect the birds from nasty sunburns. >>> two australian fishermen got an up-close look at a great white shark. they were fishing for a smaller shark when they lured in this giant. they say the great white circled the boat for about 30 minutes, putting its nose on the engine. >>> a santa cruz company is finding a unique bay to help out -- way to help out a penguin in england. the wet suit company created a wet suit for him. he lost all of its feathers. the santa cruz sentinel report says o'kneel created a wet suit so he can play outside with the others. >> way to go. >>> san francisco will test out a radical new garbage program. the test includes 700 single and multi-family households. they will give up their black cans for one year. the blue cards, they will be for recyclables and for items you can't compost or recycle. the city expects to save money. >>> 7:57. let's check in with sal. what's happening in the south bay. we're looking at traffic. westbound
. >> that one is priceless. we want to thank tory. >> you, too, will have a penguin boy. >> we need to thank all of these companies. thank you all so much. everybody go to goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! check out the codes. and "gma live!" for more. stay with us. we'll be right back. >> now, from abc7 news, good morning, i action eric thomas. crews if marin county are making repairs on a water main that burst. water gushed from the broken pipe from greenbrae after 2:00. no homes were flooded but the street is closed while crews dig it up to replace the old broken water main. crews are working to restore service to a dozen homes. check now on the commute. sue? >> speaking of the water main break you can get out of greenbrae at the other end of the community. caltrain northbound 221 getting out of san jose after there was police activity running it 45 minutes late. concord and martinez bart 10 minute equipment delay problem. at candlestick park, slow traffic coming from san aand now live doppler 7 hd, headed to the south the system that brought rain to the monterey bay is breaking up with scatte
in losses and acquisitions. club penguin and online world for kids. ran up 2 billion in losses at interactive division of disney of the this roleout could be different. this is a big breakthrough to let the characters from pixar and disney get mashed together. disney is the ultimate corporate control freak and persuading its myriad parts to go along with this had to be a monumental task. we'll have more details and pricing. wait until you hear the pricing as they unfold in the next hour. lori: fascinating. >> my kids love club penguin by the way. that means i could buy buzz lightyear for the xbox? >> means you can take buzz lightyear, it will come with the actual characters you plug into a piece of hardware. lori: action figures? >> boots up the game. now buzz lighter is inside buzz lighter. then you can create your own kind of thing where buzz can be talking to some other disney character. it starts with these three characters that have some kind of hardware in them that kind of clicks in. you will get more characters and you can buy costumes for them online. it is a whole up
apparel, and severed the last several months. >> shannon: i know one penguins fan to going to be happy. >> you're happy there. >> shannon: yeah. anna, thank you so much. this just in, sources are telling our own mike emanuel that president obama is expect today nominate john brennan to be the next director of the cia. we're told that this could happen as early as tomorrow. brennan spent about 25 years at central intelligence agency before serving as president obama's counterterrorism and homeland security advisor at the white house, and more information as soon as we get it. anyone have occasional constipation, diarrhea, gas, bloating? yes! one phillips' colon health probiotic cap each day helps defend against these digestive issues with three strains of good bacteria. live the regular life. phillips'. because helps you keep doing what you love. no wonder it's america's #1 selling pain reliever. you took action, you took advil®. and we thank you. >> the next act in gerard depardieu's role as a russian citizen. he was welcomeded by putin and the expatriate was greeted as a hero in a
the poor penguin in happy feet, he was a marxist.
. anti-oil hog wash, monsters versus aliens had an agenda. even the poor penguin in "happy feet."
, and yes, those are some penguins. the photos at the bottom of the picture are penguins from sea world orlando who happened to be in schwartzman's new york office when rubio happened to stop by because that's what you do, you have penguins in your office when you have a big private equity firm. the penguins are part of the antarctica exhibit at the new york travel show that's coming up this weekend. >>> still ahead on "squawk box," thinking outside the box to pay down our nation's debt. economist miles kimball wants the u.s. to create a sovereign wealth fund that would focus on profit making. he'll explain at 8:40 a.m. >>> welcome back to "squawk box." right now, futures up 15 points. that's more than 10. a side car on a motorcycle. that would be fun. you've got to admit. >> by the way, somebody tweeted us an old sort of antique picture of two guys, with a motorcycle and the side car and they said joe and andrew. >> you won't have to shift. >> i will do all and sit there in pure terror. >> watching your wristband. watching your pulse. >> watching your pulse go up on your wristband. >>
counting it. pennsylvania. penguins on parade. stars of the show waddling their way past crowds of curious family. >> she was excite we ran all the way here. >> they were wademing aroundd and they will do this every weekend through february. >> that's the fox watch in america. car lovers from all over putting the pedal to the medal and racing to scottsdale, arizona . you have to go there to get the coolest cars . it is it best to steer clearr of the auctioneer who i understand is going crazy right now . auctioning in full speed. i could listen to that all day. they will pick up that for his wife. their anniversary. good bless them. >> sale of the hot wheels expected to raise millions and going to good causes. hottest place on earth for a hot car. >> hey, there, harris. joining me as clark gables 1955 mersedes is any to go for two million. currently at 1.9 million and that's serse - bidding . we are hoping any second it will happen. that is millions made today. we passed the 50 million dollar mark harris and i think it is about to go we'll see. we think 1.9 and we'll let you know. the amoun
meredith's penguin and frank gorshin's riddler. he was always on the manic, dangerous edge which i loved, and i could relate to that. and they all seemed to just thrive on this opportunity to not be limited in what they were doing. in other words, they could make their characters bigger than life. the whole world almost literally in our grasp and batman and robin still alive to block us. [ laughing ] everything pip-pip with the prisoner, comrades. he hasn't a clue. no, but i bet the dynamic duo has. what? a clue in how we made the ship disappear. seacrest: batman's most vexing nemesis was catwoman -- played by eartha kitt, lee meriwether and, most famously julie newmar. i mean, you put on that costume -- black, tight, you lose 20 pounds right away, you look great. you've got high heels, you've got great dialogue, you have fun. it would be one of the choice roles for women of all time. [ screams ] batman: it's all over, catwoman. i'll do everything i can to rehabilitate you. marry me. everything except that. a wife, no matter how beauteous or affectiona
't had to do the penguin walk in a couple years. you can see the snow showers out of here and quieter conditions. we have more snow on the way tomorrow. that storm system taking shape out towards chicago. i'll have more details on that. let's be concerned with today. 29 daytime high. still cold and breezy . winds north and west, 30. >> okay. i was distracted cause right in the middle tony goes like this to me but i didn't know what he wanted. sorry about that. >> you had some of my scripts. >> lighting up around here but some are still dealing with slick conditions on the roads. >> melanie alnwick is live outside now braving the winter weather as you've been reporting it's been getting better. melanie, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, tony. yeah, i'm actually kind of surprised there's some little granular stuff still coming down. we've been out here over four hours now and we're still seeing it coming down. as you can see, we have a mom and a baby coming right here. can i talk to you real quick? >> my english not so good. >> how's the sidewalk? >> good. >> you enjoying
of lighting a fire in the studio to be warm. you know, there's penguins and polar bears looking for coffee in the green room? that big freeze could melt cash in your wallet. we'll explain. we had a bad date, but the other person probably never tried to kill you. just saying. a woman sues match.com for $10 million after her date tries to murder her. is it match's fault? that's what we are wondering. more "money" coming up. ♪ i have obligations. cute obligations, but obligations. i need to rethink the core of my portfolio. what i really need is sleep. introducing the ishares core, building blocks for the heart of your portfolio. find out why 9 out of 10 large professional investors choose ishares for their etfs. ishares by blackrock. call 1-800-ishares for a prospectus which includes investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses. read and consider it carefully before investing. risk includes possible loss of principal. nothing. are you stealing our daughter's school supplies and taking them to work? no, i was just looking for my stapler and my... this thing. i save money by using fede
, phil and tony in competition on the ice and off. when they were coaches of the rangers and the penguins. number two, the manning boys, peyton and eli, football stars dominating the sports. eli has two rings to peyton's one, but the older brother gets paid more. check out all the commercials he's in. number one rivalry in sports is, you know this, the william s #* sisters. it's the sisters. looking at the facts, the most successful siblings, 15 grand slam single titles between them. amazing. they are not always in competition, they won 13 grand slam doubles titles, and the reigning olympic champions. amazing. still to come in the show, my two cents more on an unusual job opening in washington state. you want to hear about it. with three days to go before the big game, you need more than just a big screen tv for the perfect man cave. we got you covered with a list of must-haves coming up. ♪ gerri: super bowl sunday, man cave style. how to build the ultimate get away for the big game without breaking the bank. details in two minutes. gerri: oh, the qint sensual man cave, the room in the
penguins are very efficient hunting machines. japanese researchers in antarctica strapped tiny cameras on to penguins' backs. the video shows the birds snapping up fish and hunting under the ice. in 14 hours of footage, not once did a penguin miss its target. >> all right. >>> "the new york post" says the first daughters are growing up to be stylish young ladies. at the inauguration,14-year-old malia wore a j. crew coat standing taller than four years ago. and sasha wore a coat from kate spade. >>> jason wu became an overnight sensation when michelle obama chose his gown for the first inauguration. last night she chose another of his designs for the ball. you're the belle of the ball yourself, mr. wu. >> not as belle as mrs. obama. >> no. you were the talk. it was between the president's speech and michelle obama obama's dress. i want to know everything jason, because when you won -- when you got the dress four years ago, you said you were eating domino's pizza when you got the call. last night, where were you, what were you doing how did you find snout. >> last nigh
even the poor penguin in happy feet, he was a marxist. and, now, they've uncovered another liberal agenda. math home work. >> even worse is the way some textbooks are pushing some liberal agenda. check out the wording of this. distribute the wealth of a lovely rich girl with a big ole bag of money. it starts in third grade. and through their whole educational experience, they continually get indoctrine nated. >> it's not just the numbers that are cooked, it's the history books, too. >> they were very liberally booised saying when george bush went in there, there were weapons of mass destruction. >> huh? huh? maybe our friends over at fox need to go back to school. that's exactly what happened in iraq. it's not a liberal conspiracy. it's history. these guys can name sponge bob and math homework all in one. thanks for watching, i'm al sharpton. "hardball" starts right now. >> we're going into nut country. let's play "hardball." >>> we're going into nut country. let's play "hardball." ♪ >>> good evening. i'm chris matthews in washington. let me start tonight with this, paranoid amer
, huh? now, we've seen a lot of critters wearing sweaters, from penguins to dogs, pigs, even turtles on a blog called "animals in sweaters." >> what the [ bleep ] is that? >> reporter: now, that's a sweater fit for hannibal electorate. least vitamin and fivla weren't subjected to that. actually, horses wear covers all the time. i once dressed up in plaid to match a horse, but that was no match for these two dressed by scottish tourism. and how much did they have to pony up for a sweater fit for a pony? a little over $200 a horse, a bargain. fivla and vitamin got their sleeves dirty during a shoot, but the sweaters are hand washable. i don't want to sound insulting, but the sweaters make them look a little fat, don't you think? >> well, they are fat! >> reporter: who are you calling fat? button your lip, lady! jeanne moos, cnn, new york. >> do you like those sweaters? >> i think you would look really fabulous. >> the red, you think? >> the red would look fabulous. >> you would have to button buttons. >> you can do it. >> the scottish sweaters. >> vitamin, the name of the hours. >> don
. my hands are cold. >> toughen up. >> we're not penguins. you are, apparently. >> anyway, let's show you what we've got for your weather. >> battle of the sexes. >> that's right. nothing like that, as we forecast our weather, we're looking at plenty of low pressure, making its way. these clippers coming across the great lakes, bringing a lot of snow over the next 48 hours. first the western great lakes, then across to the eastern great lakes as well. snowfall amounts right in the leeward side of the eastern great lakes. we expect from watertown to montpieler anywhere from six to nine inches of snow. >> good morning. it will be a chilly day today but fairly quiet. temperatures will be in the upper 30's. >> and that's your latest hour. >>> al, thanks. are you waiting for an encore? creating a new career later in life. that story, right after this. fight dryness. roughness. breakage. creating a new career later in life. that story, right after this. e ? creating a new career later in life. that story, right after this. a ? creating a new career later in life. that story, right after thi
with testicular cancer. the lawsuit says armstrong and publishers penguin and randomhouse violated consumer protection laws by selling the books as nonfiction. >>> the wizards fell to the utah jazz 92-88. the wizards trailed by as much as 22 points but came within two points with just minutes left in the game. it was too little, too late, though. they are now 9-31 on the season. they return home to face minnesota tomorrow. >>> a fountain turning into an ice sculpture in new york city. take a look. this is in bryant park there. the water is still running and is quickly freezing. temperatures in the city have hit single digits at night. the wind is picking up. windchills tonight expected to be below zero in most areas. >>> from one extreme to another, this indoor ice rink melted in crookston, minnesota, of all places. the fluid in the pipes use today to keep the ice frozen froze. organizers had to cancel a hockey -- high school hockey game. crews fixed the problem, and the rink should be back up and running. >> they should probably play outside. with 16 below -- >> right. >> parts of minnesot
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 66 (some duplicates have been removed)